- Emelia Brobbey has stated that she is determined to get better with her music career
- She said it is her passion and dream to sing therefore no negative comment will stop her from realising her dream
-The 'ODO ELECTRIC' hitmaker also hinted that she has about 2 or 3 hit songs that she is yet to releases so her fans should stay calm and keep their fingers crossed.
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Award-winning Kumawood actress turned musician, Emelia Brobbey, says her determination to do music will not be affected by the negative comments making rounds about her songs.
After releasing her 'ODO ELECTRIC' song, a lot of her critics say it is a major improvement on her debut song 'Fame Kɔ'.
The song is currently making waves in the music industry.
In an interview on UTV and monitored by YEN.com.gh, Emelia Brobbey said it is her dream and passion to sing therefore irrespective of the negative comments, she will not stop singing.
She said she will continue to work hard to ensure that she gets better with time.
Emelia Brobbey also hinted that she has about 2 or 3 hit songs that she is yet to releases so her fans should stay calm and keep their fingers crossed.
" It is my dream and passion to sing. Irrespective of the negative comments, I am not stepping down or stopping music today or tomorrow. I have about two or three more songs to release so everyone should watch out," she added.
Several people say the 'ODO ELECTRIC' which features Wendy Shay is a major improvement on her debut song 'Fame Kɔ' and is currently making waves in the music industry.
In a video sighted on YEN.com.gh Emelia Brobbey shared a preview version of the video on her Instagram page stating that the video for her second song is officially out.
"Good morning my beautiful family.“ODO ELECTRIC “ ft @wendyshayofficial Video out now !!," she posted.
However, after sharing the video of the 'ODO ELECTRIC' video on social media, several players in the music industry have reacted to it.
Broadcaster and entertainment critic, Abeiku Santana quickly reacted to the video saying "This is what’s up," giving a clear indication that he liked both the song and the video.
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